DoJ Official Had Sex With 'Numerous' Women on Federal Property, Then Lied About It

Top U.S. Marshal employee snuck non-government individuals onto government property, investigators find.

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Expose on DEA Opioid Policy Prompts Repeal Bill from Senator

Law sponsored by Trump’s drug czar nominee relaxed enforcement against distributors; West Virginia senator calls for nominee to withdraw.

Play of the Day: The Border Wall Prototypes Are Here

Stephen Colbert showcases the samples of the Trump plan for the southern border.


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House Moves Bills Enhancing Whistleblower Protections

Supervisors found to have retaliated against employees who report possible wrongdoing would face mandatory discipline.

Trump Keeps Passing the Buck to Congress

On Obamacare subsidies, the Iran deal, and DACA, the president has taken unprecedented steps to hand executive authority back to lawmakers.

Play of the Day: Another Trump Executive Order Signing

The president almost forgot to do the one thing he was there for.

Play of the Day: Fixing Trump's Tweets About the News Media

Jimmy Kimmel has a new exercise to improve the president's tweets.

Trump and Obama meet at the White House on Nov. 10, 2016.

Trump Transition Declined Some Ethics Advice, Rejected Some GAO Interviews

Watchdog report to Democratic lawmakers finds no misspent funds.

Trump holds a Cabinet meeting in July. HHS Secretary Tom Price recently resigned over his use of private charter flights at taxpayer expense, and a handful of other Cabinet members are now in hot water over their travel arrangements.

Government's Ethics Watchdog Warns Trump Team to Improve Behavior

OGE director says he is "deeply concerned" about the messages agency leaders are sending to employees.

Play of the Day: Trump and Tillerson Compare IQ Tests

The president jokingly suggested that the State Department chief and he could measure their intelligence quotients.

Play of the Day: Mike Pence Tries to Attend a Colts Game

The vice president walked out before the action started on Sunday.

Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt attends a Cabinet meeting on June 12.

EPA Watchdog Widens Probe of Pruitt’s Travel Expenses

Frequency and costs of all trips, not just those to Oklahoma, are being examined.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin was criticized most notably for using a government aircraft for an August trip to the U.S. Mint’s Bullion Depository during the eclipse.

Treasury Secretary Cleared of Criticism He Misused Flights on Military Transport

Treasury watchdog finds military transport use is proper for White House support.